I should already know this but was hoping someone would have some insight. I dont need an advocate, I handle my son's IEP and always have andwe have done great but.... I have a friend whose son is falling between the cracks, she doesnt have the time or know how to approch it and to top it off she is very sick, has 4 kids and is trying to finish college soooooo. Can I be an advocate for her son and get him through the process to get re-evaluated and get his IEP going? Or do you have to have a special certification to be an advocate? I dont know a whole lot about it since we have never needed one so I feel somewhat lost on this side of special ed.
Does anyone know anything about it?
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